The Woods at Cedar Run is a welcoming senior care community in the charming borough of Camp Hill, Pennsylvania. We’re an inclusive community that embraces all seniors regardless of their care needs. That’s why we provide individualized services to choose from, including independent living, senior living, and memory care. Our independent living wing encourages residents to continue to flourish with minimal assistance and without the added stress and responsibilities of being a homeowner. Our senior living options, while also encouraging independence, include the additional support and security of a personal caregiver around the clock. For residents with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia, our memory care options utilize innovative practices that allow residents to live as comfortably as possible in a safe, secure environment that feels like home. If you’d like to learn more about what The Woods at Cedar Run can offer you, get in touch with one of A Place for Mom’s Senior Living Advisors today!
We encourage all our community members to get outside and see the scenery firsthand, whether strolling through our community’s beautiful gardens or embarking on a longer tour of the grounds via our walking trails. Our common areas and on-site amenities...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
Base fees by room type
*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.
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Our family had an in person tour and our first impression was more just neutral. Nothing really stood out in a negative or positive way.
We have had an excellent experience, my aunt particularly is very happy to have made this move. She has made many friends here and feels comfortable. My uncle is more mobile and able to be around more people now so he is coming around. Everybody has been wonderful and so helpful, they followed through from the very beginning. Everything has worked out great for us and I would definitely recommend to others looking.
Older building, but well kept. People friendly. Apartments very nice. Very homey atmosphere.
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I have lived Here for 9 years. This place offers the best possible living experience! I have lived in 3 other facilities. Here we can have private showers in your individual room. We can have a TV in our room. Neither of those issues are always available other places. The staff is all friendly and helpful. That can be said for all places too! Here seems more of a way of life than a goal. The food is as good as it gets. I like more spice so I add my own. The scenery is great. There is a small creek that runs the length of the property. Deer, ducks and geese will frequent that area. Come, visit and move in!
Hello, my name is [name removed]. I have lived at The Woods at Cedar Run for 9 years. I love it here. I have lived in 3 other facilities. There were issues with each of them. I bet your loved one would be comfortable here also!
There has been some management changes. My loved one is happy. The community was good at taking care of my loved one. The Woods is good at accommodating the residents needs. The staff helps my loved one to get to other parts of the community.
I've never been to a retirement community before, but I came to visit my nana who has been living there for a few months now. We came over Christmas time and came to a lunch buffet and it was AWESOME. I'm not sure if they eat this way all the time but the buffet was so good! We came back the following Monday before heading back to NJ and ate in the small cafe and that was also really good. So jealous of all the great food! She also told us that they have activities like Bingo and Choir every week which is super cool! I was expecting some sort of nursing home when I came and when I left I was so pleasantly surprised that it was it's own self sustained community.
They are not monitoring her oral care and as per state regulations she is not able to keep her tooth paste in the room. So, unless they bring the tooth paste to her she can only brush without it. I took a dentist recommended tooth paste to her on a Thursday and found that it had still not been opened on the following Sunday. And, I had removed the old tube of paste. They tried to tell me that sometimes they us their own tooth paste, which is just a lie. If they use any of their items they charge you for it straight away. I took her to the dentist for a cleaning and the hygienist said that the plaque build up was beyond belief. I'm guessing that this had been going on for quite some time. I don't think they have enough staff to properly care for all the residents. I'm not thrilled with the level of care she is getting.
We liked this and medical was there when needed, but it was more costly.
The Woods has a culture within this community that helps people thrive. My mom was reserved quiet and not to involved outside of her home. We wanted a place where she could get help with housekeeping, meals, and have other people to occupy her time. What we have found is this mother we didn't know! She is so active because they help figure out the individual needs and tailor the community to residents who live there. There is purpose to everything they do.
I like living at The Woods at Cedar Run. You don't have to go out in bad weather! The library, chapel, hair salon and many more are in your building. Everyone is helpful and friendly.
I reside in the Independent Living apartments at the Woods. The Woods is a cozy, warm environment, surrounded by wonderful, caring, loving friends and staff. The best ever!!
My parents lived here for many years and it was a great experience. They lived on their own in an apartment and enjoyed the easy living and socialization. They were always up to something fun. When my mother started to need help, our family was very happy with the care. We all felt close to the staff there and it felt like home. I've recommended them to some of my friends.
This was a nice your for care. The building is nice but not as new as other communities. They did have a lot of nice rooms that are very The meals are appealing. I would recommend this community. Activities are also available. We would suggest that other families tour this community for the care of a loved one.
They are awesome! The care is excellent and the surroundings is beautiful with deers and wildlife... they are very accommodating and they are always willing to answer my questions. My husband loves it here at The Wood At Cedar Run.
This was one of our top two when we were looking around. It was very close to me, and I liked the location. We didn't really care for the way the pricing was set up, there would have been extra charges for some of the things we would need. We were on the waiting list here, but there wasn't any availability when we needed it.
We're very pleased with how things have turned out at The Woods at Cedar Run! The staff here are very friendly, and they've been very supportive throughout the whole process. It is a very family oriented community, and I really appreciate that they've taken the advice I've given them on how best to look after my loved one to heart. They're very accommodating when it comes to care suggestions from families!
Contacting A place for mom saved me a lot of researching and just plain time and running around. I called on Monday morning and had 4 places set up for me to start visiting on Tuesday. I could have not done this on my own so quickly. Also it was categorizes for me, exam Personal Care or Memory care, and the area in which we preferred to find a place. I'm not sure, being brand new at this I knew the difference. But Natalie at A Place for Mom knew exactly where to look and saved me lots of investigating on my own. Yes, A Place for Mom was a tremendous help!
The review is of the Memory Care Unit. It is understaffed, especially on the overnight. Aides will take a break while leaving the remaining aide alone. They encourage hospice because they do not have the trained staff to deal with Alzheimer's patients. Hospice could get my parent to shower every time they visited; only the Woods' social director could get my mother showered. No aide or MCU supervisor could do it. The activities schedule looks full but out of the 20-30 times I ever visited, at all different hours of the day, there was only one time that the scheduled activity was actually occurring. A resident was able to escape through the patio gate and was missing for at least an hour. They claimed there was an electrical problem with the alarm, we think they ignored it for too long. All of the wheel chair bound residents are gathered in the dining room every day and spend the day sleeping there. This place looks great, but looks are deceiving!
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